At Branches we carry the best varieties of fruit trees for our pacific northwest climate. Our best selection of fruit tree varieties can be found in February and the most popular varieties always go fast. We offer special order fruit trees through the SOFT program and also offer bareroot fruit trees at appropriate times. Stop by Branches to find out the current selection of trees and to get all your fruit tree supplies.
- Fuji – This sweet, very crisp and flavorful apple keeps extremely well. Ripens in mid September and is an excellent pollenizer for other apple varieties.
- Gravenstein – Famous for sauce and baking but can also be used fresh. Crisp, juicy and tart. Pollenizer required.
- Honeycrisp – Fruit is crisp, juicy and sweet with an aromatic flavor. Striped red over yellow color. This apple is one of the best for eating fresh but also is great for dessert, baking, or salads. Pollenizer required.
- McIntosh – Bright to dark red over green, this apple is crisp and aromatic. Perfect for dessert/cooking. Early harvest. Partly self fruitful but best with pollenizer.
- 4 way combination
- 4 in 1 Pear
- 4 in 1 Asian Pear
- Bing – This large, sweet cherry is nearly black when ripe and has superb flavor. It is the most popular cherry variety. Pollenizer required.
- North Star Dwarf – This cherry is large, tart, and red skinned with red juice. Excellent for pies or cobblers. Also used fresh when fully ripe. Does not require pollinizer.
- Stella – Stella cherries are large, sweet and nearly black when ripe. They are an excellent fresh cherry and work as a pollenizer for other cherry varieties, especially Bing. They do not require a pollenizer.
Other Fruit Trees (Plum/Prune/Peach/Apricot)
- Chicago Hardy Fig – Purple brown fig with great flavor. This fig can die back to the ground in winter and return to fruit the following season.
- Italian Prune – This freestone prune is large with purple skin. It has a rich flavor and is very sweet when fully ripe. Excellent fresh, dried or canned.
- Giant Fuyu Persimmon – Large, crunchy and sweet. Easy to grown in all climates.
- Beauty Plum – Sweet plum with red over yellow skin. Does not need a pollenizer.
- Frost Peach – This delicious yellow freestone is heavy bearing and excellent for canning or eating fresh. Showy pink blooms in spring. Does not require a pollenizer.
- Puget Gold Apricot – Produces large, flavorful fruit in western Washington. Harvests in early August. Does not require a pollenizer.
4 Way Combos
- 4 Way Apple
- 4 Way Pear
- 4 Way Oriental Pear
- 4 Way Cherry
- Fruit Salad – Peach, nectarine, plum and apricot on one tree!